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Stool hard blood pain
Doctor , I had not passed stool for four days.. yesterday I could sense that it has become too hard to pass through my rectum hole. So I tried suppoisetry.. but no luck.. then had cremafin syrup.. now pea amount of hard stool comes out.. with lot of pain , and water.. it's really so painful ..am not able to bear it.. pls help.. note : I have never had such a issue before.. I was thinking of going to hospital to try enema.. but I am on my period as well..
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Hello...hard stools or constipation can be treated with conservative dietary adjustments...fiber rich food helps in preventing constipation as it doesn’t get digested, plays an important role in your digestion...If you lack enough fiber in your diet, your stool can become stagnate, dry and hard. Increasing your fiber intake will help promote soft and bulky stool. Foods that are fiber-rich include beans, fruits, whole grains, beans and vegetables....in adequate fluid content in your diet can make stools hard and get impacted... Drink plenty of water,coconut water,fruit juice etc...Regular physical activity can stimulate your digestive system, promoting more frequent bowel movements...so exercise atleast 2 hours a day...Consult nearest surgeon they will do the needful.
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